The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 3731 N Sheffield Avenue in Wrigleyville. Located just north of the intersection with W Waveland Avenue and Wrigley Field itself, the proposal will replace an empty lot and incorporate the adjacent existing three-flat. Originally revealed in February, developer Mangan Builders is moving forward with the Jonathan Splitt Architects-designed structure.
A construction permit was issued last week for a new residential development at 6545 S Langley Avenue in Woodlawn. The building will be a two-story, two-unit residence with a basement and rear two-vehicle garage, replacing an empty grass lot. The listed owner of the project is 65th and Langley LLC.
Today, YIMBY takes a look at the newly completed mixed-use high rise at 808 N Cleveland Avenue in Near North Side. Dubbed “The 808 Cleveland,” the 22-story building offers 28,000 square feet of retail and office space along with 200 apartments that are leased and managed by Common. DAC Developments is behind this project, which spans a total of 281,256 square feet and had a development cost of $105 million, according to their website.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the residential development at 1225 S Indiana Avenue in the South Loop. Located on the northeast corner of the intersection with E 13th Street in the rear of One Museum Park, the proposal dubbed ‘Parkway Residences‘ will replace a long-time vacant lot marked for a low-density project. Developer Greif Properties is working with local firm 2RZ Architecture on the building and Blue Stem Design on its landscape.
A construction permit has been granted for a new residential development located at 2417 W Walton Street in West Town. The project will feature a three-story residential building with three dwelling units, replacing a mostly vacant lot with a small one-story masonry building on the site. The listed owner of the project is Nicholas Wrobel.